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Rosalyn Rocks for the Wounded Warriors

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October 10, 2015

I had to run to a Fundraiser for the Wounded Warriors out in Long Island at Rosalyn High School…

It was a great night for Rock’n’Roll music. I got to see my friend, Lou Christie, headline the night’s music. John loved his song “Lightning Strikes.” I brought my friend, Anastasia Zannis, with me as she had never been to a concert like it before. I wanted her to see our roots of rock’n’roll music. She was completely blown away by the vocals and harmonies, especially by Jay Siegel’s Tokens and Lou’s performances. The fact that they can hit those high notes was very impressive to her. We got a chance to see Lou after the show. The man works hard and he still has his vocals and movements on stage to prove it.

My friends Mark Preston and Tom Semioli were there as well.

Altogether it was an excellent evening for an amazing cause!

 

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